When buying a residence, people assume that it will become a home for more than five years. Technology and innovation are increasingly dictating trends in real estate. Andero Laur, CEO of Liven AS, writes what will happen in the real estate sector as a result in the next decade.
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This week, Liven began construction on New Zealand, a modern residential area, located on Lahepea Street, in Merimetsa.
The quote from Churchill – ‘A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty’ – also applied in 2020. Everyone who had waited a long time for the opportunity to purchase real estate for less money watched the opportunity from the side-lines as it passed them by, writes Andero Laur, CEO of Liven AS, on the field of real estate last year.
Liven Kodu 17 OÜ, a subsidiary of Liven AS, issued 20 mortgage-backed bonds with a nominal value of EUR 100,000, in the total amount of EUR 2 million, with a maturity date of 31 March 2023, through a non-public offer. The proceeds from the issue will be used to finance the Juhkentali 48 project.
By 2025, Liven will have built a new residential quarter along Erika Street, in North Tallinn, in place of the old factory building, which will connect the seaside Noblessner area with the future insect corridor. KTA was recently announced as the winner of the architectural design competition.